Tuesday, January 4, 2011

What Boehner and the Tea Party Don't Seem to Understand About the Constitution

Social Security and Medicare violate the general-we­lfare clause because they confiscate money from people uner 65-years of age and transfer it to people over 65. Each group is exclusive from the other. For federal spending to be in compliance with the general-we­lfare clause, the spending must be to the benefit (or detriment) of the entire population­. Military spending and some infrastruc­ture spending fits this constraint­. Medicare, Social Security, Medicaid, The Department of Education, etc. do not and are therefore unconstitu­tional.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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